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- Candidates share need for more involvement in race for commission
- Steelhead tag reports inform mortality study
- USFS extends comment period to April 20 on draft revised land management plan
- Avista Foundation, USDA invest in Northern Idaho’s economic future
- Kooskia, Stites enter into new waste agreement, resolving 2018 civil suit
- Jan. 29 CBC information meeting on area USFS projects
KOOSKIA — The Clearwater Valley boys won 52-46 and the CV girls lost to Genesee 54-42 during a varsity double-header on Saturday, Dec. 4.
GRANGEVILLE - Prairie and Grangeville schools raised a combined cash and canned goods total of nearly $14,000 as part of the annual Idaho Coun…
Clearwater Valley's basketball teams swept a double-header with St. John Bosco on Thursday night, Dec. 2.
Grangeville seniors Caleb Frei, Miles Lefebvre and Jared Lindsley were all key cogs in the Bulldogs’ latest state football tournament appearan…
CLEARWATER VALLEY — Happy Hanukkah! The Jewish holiday season, also known as the Festival of Lights, which began Nov. 28, continues through Dec. 6.
ELK CITY — The Elk City 4-H Club is looking for new members. Some current projects are archery, small animal, survival skills, and cooking. A new-member meeting is scheduled for Dec. 10, in the Elk City School community room at 3:30 p.m. For information call Heather Kestner, 208-484-1043.
RIGGINS — Quote of the week: “If you see a married couple still in love through the years, you may think how lucky they are. But in marital relations, there’s no such thing as luck. They made many compromises, they overlooked each other’s faults. They forgave many mistakes and endured many p…
CLEARWATER VALLEY — I enjoy seeing the creative, handmade decorations people use to adorn their houses for various holidays. It gives me something new to look at as I drive through the valley. There is something about the silly plastic blowup figures that have become popular. They always mak…
Cottonwood area veterans gathered at Prairie Junior Senior High School Friday, Nov. 11, for a Veterans Day Assembly where they were recognized and honored for their service.
WHITE BIRD — The Silver Dollar Bar is putting on their annual Thanksgiving Day Potluck. Everyone is invited to join together for this celebration. The turkey and ham are already signed up for, so if you would like, bring a food item along with your appetite. Everything starts at noon. Pleasa…
In case you missed the Idaho County announcement of the FEMA Teepee Springs Vegetation Management Project to be implemented soon near the town of Riggins, pertinent information concerning possible adverse results due to the application of herbicides over at least a five-year period can be pe…
I was contemplating why the ideas of the Communist Manifesto have dominated our society since the Civil War. It coincides with the popularity of the theory of evolution which promotes secularism and materialism. The Communists would have us believe that capitalism is the enemy and once destr…
Should parents or politicians choose how children are educated? The Idaho Education Association (IEA) is a major political player in the state and recently shared its attitude on that important question. IEA President Layne McInelly asserted, “Public schools are the foundation of our society...”
The Democrats’ self-stated effort to “change America,” and to do so unilaterally through the budget reconciliation process, has revolved around an ever-changing menu of tax hikes guided not by sound tax policy, but by the revenue they want to raise. These reckless tax hike proposals are bein…
- Kubs blitz Grangeville on opening night
- MVSD 244: Requests made to hold off on appointing new trustee
- Remembering Christmas in Kooskia
- Guest Opinion: Parents should choose how children are educated, not politicians
- Propane truck accident under investigation
- Fiske talks school concerns with county commissioners
- Pen pal friendship spans 47 years
- Winter Magic in Grangeville
- Paul man announces run for governor's office
- Idaho Falls man charged in Capitol riot spent 2 hours on Capitol grounds, was pepper sprayed